Posts from September, 2017
For many dogs, going for a dip in the water is one of the highlights of summer. Whether your pooch is a natural aquatic athlete or just enjoys a quick splash in the waves, you’ll want to brush up on the principles of after swim care for dogs to keep them healthy and going strong all season long.
Swim Care For Dogs
Supervising your pet at all times near the water is vital, as well as making sure he or she can swim in the first place. Provide a doggie life-vest (aka: Pet Flotation Device) as needed for extra safety and protection for your fur baby. After-swim care is equally important for your pup once the day is done, as different types of water can have a huge impact on your dog’s overall health.
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